The car broke down the wall of a class, unoccupied at the time. - Facebook Saint Sulpice la Pointe.
Fortunately, no child was in this part of the Louisa Paulin school when the accident took place. But, the students of the school in Saint-Sulpice-la-Pointe, in Tarn, must have had a big fright on Tuesday.
A driver who left the nearby service station "lost control of his vehicle when he wanted to cut the roundabout, ending his run in the school," said on his Facebook page, the mayor of the town, Raphaël Bernardin , who deplores "this type of behavior which generates such degradations".
A spectacular accident occurred at the Louisa Paulin school. @ stsulpice81
Apart from the driver, there are no injuries.
😡 I am deeply saddened and I can only deplore this type of individual behavior which causes such degradations. pic.twitter.com/Cg80xr9zUH
The motorist was slightly injured. A small miracle when you see the damage caused by its swerve. The car literally entered the classroom.
In order for the expert reports to take place, the building's wing was condemned, "but the reception of children planned as part of the recovery plan following the deconfinement may be maintained in the other part of the building", specifies the town hall of Saint-Sulpice, located northeast of Toulouse.
A psychological unit was set up by the National Education on Thursday.
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